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General Philatelic/Identify This? : Turkey Jnn ?

 

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russromei
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28 Dec 2022
04:18:49am
I have been told that I misidentified this stamp
Can anyone tell me the scott # for this?

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28 Dec 2022
07:59:17am
re: Turkey Jnn ?

Looks like a Scott #28 to me. Just my guess, I know doodly squat about Turkey stamps. I just like to research.

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28 Dec 2022
12:48:00pm
re: Turkey Jnn ?

This is one of the Postage Due series of 1871. The black brown border and irregular perforation would make it Scott J34. (Isfila #77)
Telling the Scott J16-20, J21-25, J26-J31 and J32-35 series apart is very difficult unless you have many stamps to chose from, as the perforation is often impossible to make out and the color of the brown / black border hard to differentiate, unless done side by side.
The 25pa stamps are rare and expensive. Used stamps can be more valuable than mint ones based on the denomination. Check the catalogue.
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Nicely centered stamp by the way

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russromei
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28 Dec 2022
04:21:23pm
re: Turkey Jnn ?

Thanks rrraphy

That was the exact contention of the person who disputed it, even said it was very difficult to discern the difference

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Russ

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28 Dec 2022
05:58:34pm
re: Turkey Jnn ?

Another lesson learned. Did not even think about the black brown border. Will stick with my W/F.

Also in my old age did not even think about the subject line of Jnn? of course meaning BOB J series.

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russromei

Old soldiers never die, they just fade away
28 Dec 2022
04:18:49am

I have been told that I misidentified this stamp
Can anyone tell me the scott # for this?

Thanks

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mbo1142

I thought I was wrong once, but I was mistaken.
28 Dec 2022
07:59:17am

re: Turkey Jnn ?

Looks like a Scott #28 to me. Just my guess, I know doodly squat about Turkey stamps. I just like to research.

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rrraphy

Retired Consultant APS#186030
28 Dec 2022
12:48:00pm

re: Turkey Jnn ?

This is one of the Postage Due series of 1871. The black brown border and irregular perforation would make it Scott J34. (Isfila #77)
Telling the Scott J16-20, J21-25, J26-J31 and J32-35 series apart is very difficult unless you have many stamps to chose from, as the perforation is often impossible to make out and the color of the brown / black border hard to differentiate, unless done side by side.
The 25pa stamps are rare and expensive. Used stamps can be more valuable than mint ones based on the denomination. Check the catalogue.
rrr...
Nicely centered stamp by the way

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russromei

Old soldiers never die, they just fade away
28 Dec 2022
04:21:23pm

re: Turkey Jnn ?

Thanks rrraphy

That was the exact contention of the person who disputed it, even said it was very difficult to discern the difference

Regards

Russ

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mbo1142

I thought I was wrong once, but I was mistaken.
28 Dec 2022
05:58:34pm

re: Turkey Jnn ?

Another lesson learned. Did not even think about the black brown border. Will stick with my W/F.

Also in my old age did not even think about the subject line of Jnn? of course meaning BOB J series.

Love this site, I learn something new everyday.

Mel

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